I've been learning German on-and-off for just under a year now and today - as happens all too often - I came across one of those sentence constructions that totally threw me.
Here it is:
Besonderes Interesse findet bei den Kleinen die Wasserrutsche.
Although I can figure out the meaning, the word order and phrasing is unlike anything I've seen before. I just can't seem to make it mentally "fit" my mental model for reading German sentences.
As I'd like to be able to interpret and form similar constructions in future, could anyone shed light on how to read such a construction? Perhaps it's idiomatic; perhaps there's even a name for it.
My feeling is that it's something akin to the following English construction:
Of particular interest to the children is the water slide.